Spiritually outdated and brutally designed, St Peter’s seminary in Cardross was obsolete by the time it opened, writes Jonathan Glancey. So why the battle to preserve it?
“If you are lucky enough to be able to visit St Peter’s – despite its present condition, one of modern Scotland’s greatest buildings – tread carefully. You will need common sense, a kindly light, and more than a little faith to lead you to the once sacred heart of its still unexpected and short-lived glory.”
Full story at The Guardian.